The Third Age Trust is holding some online talks in March which may be of interest to you.
You can see all of them listed on the national u3a website, along with dates and times. Most of these events are free of charge. Subjects for which there are still tickets include:
- The Art of the Album Cover – four-week course: 2, 9,16, 23 March
- The Drifting Continents: A lesson in geology – 4 March, 2-3.30pm
- Staying Safe Online – 4 March, 2pm (I have attended this course already and found it very useful – editor.)
- Wellbeing in Nature – 11 March, 2-3pm
- Leonardo da Vinci: Would he have made a good u3a member? – 8 March,
- Egyptology: Women in Ancient Egypt – 8 March, 2-3.15pm
- Fire! A century of the Volunteer Fire Brigade – 17 March, 2-3.30pm
- Turner and Mythology – (with the National Gallery), £5.50, 18 March
- Springtime Treats: Live cookery demonstration – 22 March, 10.30-11.30am
- A Taste of Japan – 24 March 2pm
- The Paradigm of Plate Tectonics: A lesson in geology – 25 March, 2-3.30pm
- Where did our favourite plants come from? – 31 March, 2-3pm
- Maths on the Back of an Envelope – 15 April, 2-3pm
It’s a good idea to make a note of the national u3a Events page and check it regularly to make sure you are in time to book any talks you are interested in. By the time we publish our bulletins and newsletters, these events are often sold out.